When was the last time you saw our current Los Angeles County Supervisor Sheila Kuehl in West Hollywood?
On Sunday, you could find Los Angeles County Supervisor candidate Bob Hertzberg meeting and greeting West Hollywood residents. As a young man, Hertzberg lived in West Hollywood and met his wife on the corner of Santa Monica Blvd. and Kings Road.
“West Hollywood will always be special to me,” Hertzberg said.
Hertzberg and crew were in the Gelson’s parking lot meeting and greeting residents. West Hollywood Mayor Lauren Meister then joined Bob in front of City Hall and the two went to Hamburger Mary’s and mingled with guests during the lunch hour. Meister has endorsed Hertzberg against co-City Council member Lindsey Horvath in the race for the District 3 seat on the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors.
Hertzberg and crew then went door to door talking to residents and shaking hands.
In the June primary, Horvath came in first place with less than half the vote total. Since the June primary Hertzberg has consolidated his support and picked up the endorsements of Assemblyman Richard Bloom, as well as State Sen. Ben Allen. Mayor Lauren Meister and the West Hollywood Chamber of Commerce political action committee have also endorsed Hertzberg.